The Board of Directors of the PCC is responsible to the Legislative Assembly (also referred to as the “Shareholder”) for the stewardship of the Commission, while the Legislative Assembly provides the Board with the authority to manage the affairs of the Commission. Day to day management of the PCC is delegated by the Board to the Chief Executive Officer.
In executing its stewardship, the Board is responsible for oversight of the operations of the PCC including a strategic planning process. The purpose of planning is to deliver the PCC’s mission to the citizens of British Columbia and to ensure that all activities are aligned with the PCC’s values and guiding principles.
Through its service (strategic) plan, annual report, quarterly news magazine, website, news releases and public meetings, the Board communicates with British Columbians on a regular basis. The Board sit as volunteers without remuneration. They are, however, reimbursed for travel expenses, which is reported annually through the Commission’s Statement of Financial Information. The Board Chair and the CEO are authorized by the Board to speak on behalf of the PCC.